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  • Applications are now open to join the We Mean Green Fund Committee! Start your application here.
  • Interested in the UNT Community Garden? Visit their page here.

  • The Pecan Creek Pollinative Prairie at Discovery Park always needs volunteers! Read more about what they do and how to get involved here

  • Have an idea that could make UNT's campus even greener? Submit a proposal for an environmental improvement project and lead UNT into a more sustainable future! Look into the proposal process here

  • Complete 75 hours of environmentally-focused volunteering to receive our Environmental Volunteerism Graduation Cord! Click here for more information and to register today! 

 
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UNT’s We Mean Green commitment relies on joint engagement and enthusiasm from students, faculty, and staff to integrate sustainability into the culture of our university’s many operations.

 

The We Mean Green Fund actively solicits environmental sustainability project proposals from members of the UNT community to improve our institution.

 

 

WMGF Department Initiatives

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The We Mean Green Fund Committee recommends the allocation of funds from the student Environmental Service...
By: We Mean Green Fund
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RecycleMania is an annual national competition among universities in the US and Canada to measure and compare...
By: We Mean Green Fund
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The mission of the UNT Community Garden is to provide a unique platform on campus for our university to...
By: We Mean Green Fund

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